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Regular basis located
in London office

Dubai on the 12th,
13th and 14th of October.

Dr. Alexandros Bader, will be in Athens on the 6th and 7th of October 2016.





Urinary incontinence refers simply to the loss of bladder control, and it’s a far more common condition than assumed. The loss of bladder control, depending on its severity, may cause hygienic problems as well as day-to-day social issues. This condition may manifest to women of any age group, and can be attributed to pathological or other causes.


This condition sadly has a direct link to psychology, femininity and sexuality of affected women, and can ultimately lead to behavioural changes and significantly altered lifestyles.


The most commonly occurring categories of urine incontinence are:


Stress Urine Incontinence

Urge Incontinence (overactive bladder)

Mixed Incontinence


In the FAQ that follows, an explanation of the nature of the condition will be provided, so that you will be able to understand which category may refer to your specific situation. However, a final diagnosis can only be established following a complete and thorough clinical and para-clinical examination by a qualified medical practitioner, who will have to perform, among others, an urodynamic test, in order to diagnose and accurately pinpoint the causes of the urinary incontinence.


Non-Invasive Urine Incontinence Relief

Plastic surgery as a field continuously evolves with new methods and techniques, which provide us with the capability of expanding our treatment offerings by taking advantage of cutting-edge medical technology. After all, the majority of research carried out in the field nowadays are aiming to improve quality of life for the patients, whilst offering cosmetic treatments of a very high standard.


Dr. Bader and his scientifically trained team, having taken advantage of their considerable and long-lasting experience in the vaginal and labia rejuvenation fields, after concluding long-term studies in the field, are now able to offer a new treatment method: Non-invasive Urine Incontinence Relief.


This treatment type is recommended when dealing with a specific type and severity of urine incontinence. More specifically, the treatment type is effective in cases of stress urine incontinence in its early stages. Stress urine incontinence in its early stages refers to the condition where you suffer from involuntary loss of bladder control, when you laugh, cough, sneeze, lift weights, climb stairs or even during sexual intercourse.


By applying a non-invasive approach and using specific settings of the medical Laser equipment utilised, we can achieve a significant reduction of stress urine incontinence and prevent its deterioration.



It should be noted that female patients who have already undergone this procedure are extremely satisfied from the results, having reached a very satisfactory treatment level without the need for surgical / invasive procedures!



  • What is Stress Urine Incontinence?

    Stress Urinary Incontinence refers to the condition where you suffer from involuntary loss of bladder control, when you laugh, cough, sneeze, lift weights, climb stairs or even during sexual intercourse.

  • What is Urge Incontinence and what are its causes?

    Urge Incontinence is caused by neurological malfunctions, and in such cases the urinary bladder is characterised as "neurogenic bladder". Urge incontinence can affect all age groups, children, adults and elderly people. A chief cause of the condition in childhood is meningomyelocele. In other age categories causes may include, but are not limited to, injuries of the spinal cord as a result of an accident or fall, strokes, Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

  • How exactly is an urodynamic test performed?

    An urodynamic test is performed using an advanced form of medical equipment, of cutting-edge technology. You will need to dedicate approximately three hours of a morning, drink a quantity of water according to the doctor's instructions, and following this procedure a computer analysis will be performed, which will take measurements of certain factors, indicating a normal operation (or a lack thereof) of the urinary bladder and urethra. The measurements' data are then processed for results and the diagnosis is ready within a matter of minutes.

  • What is the recommended treatment for Stress Urine Incontinence?

    Modern medicine allows for a permanent treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence after a small surgical operation of 30-45 minutes, where the patient is lightly sedated and returns home from the clinic within a few hours. The treatment is definitive and of a permanent nature, with the patient able to return to day-to-day activities immediately.

  • How exactly is the treatment operation for Stress Urine Incontinence performed?

    A small incision in the vaginal area is made, and the so called "incontinence medical film" is then inserted to the urethra. The film is very light and constructed of a special antibacterial material; it is placed on both sides of the urethra in order to provide additional support. The urethra is gently lifted and aligned, eliminating all involuntary bladder functions once this happens.

  • What is the recommended treatment for Urge Urine Incontinence?

    Treatment for Urge Incontinence is solely pharmaceutical. The length and scope of the treatment is directly linked to the severity of the condition, and as such a close monitoring of the condition from the doctor will be required.

  • What is the recommended treatment for Mixed Urine Incontinence?

    In certain cases it is possible for a mixed condition to exist. In this case, the diagnosis is made by joint consideration of the urodynamic test results as well as the patient's medical record. Treatment is focusing on both causes of the condition, the stress part is treated surgically with the placement of "medical incontinence film" and the urge part is treated with medication.

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Tel: 02081440336

33 Cavendish Square,

Marylebone-London W1G 0PW


+971 (0) 507599137

Health Care City,

Dubai - UAE


+30 210 8944603

+30 6944988357

20 N. Zerva str-Glyfada


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